Drawing on its body of knowledge and expertise, RCTV Memoria has been designing and conducting specialized program-based and customized training courses in the field of rehabilitation and torture prevention at the request of professionals working in this field and donors.
RCTV Memoria offers customized courses to promote the reduction of torture and other kinds of violence through a needs and recourse assessment, implementing relevant rehabilitation models and defending survivors’ rights.
We provide the following types of specific training courses:
• Specialized Courses for Mental Health professionals: RCTV Memoria regularly conducts formative courses such as the trainings on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and psychotherapeutic techniques used in treatment of psychological consequences of torture and other inhuman, degrading treatment. Meeting today's needs and challenges, RCTV Memoria also develops and delivers training courses on several emerging topical areas such as interventions in domestic violence, supporting victims of sexual violence and other topics. These courses aim to facilitate understanding on concepts and principles of victims’ treatment, and improve the knowledge and skills of Mental Health practitioners to foster their effective application in the light of violence reduction needs.
• Program-based Courses for lawyers and journalists: RCTV Memoria develops and delivers training courses according to the specific needs of lawyers and journalists, helping them to provide more effective assistance to survivors of torture and other kinds of violence.
• Tailor-made Courses: These courses are developed and conducted on various torture prevention and case management-related topics specifically requested by governments, international and local NGOs, and the private sector.
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